C2C Baby Blanket Ideas – Free Crochet Patterns

Time to crochet your first C2C baby blanket! Corner to corner is a technique that creates diagonal pattern. Starting at the corner you increase until it`s tall enough for your project and then decrease the number of stitches to finish off. Whether you make it in stripes or in solid color you will have a rich texture. It works great for square or rectangular afghans but also for triangular scarves. It comes as soft and cozy fabric that`s lovely to snuggle up with. So if you`re feeling creative, explore today`s C2C Baby Blanket Ideas for some nice colorwork and designs. These blankets will be perfect for baby showers and baby gifts because they work up fast and are not that difficult to make. Moreover they`re ideal accessory to brighten up any room. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!




If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Stripes and Rainbows Blankets and Flower Blankets.

Corner-to-Corner Throw Free Crochet Pattern

Snuggle up under this beautiful throw because it`s soft and has a nice texture. You can arrange the colors any way you like or make it solid too.

Level: intermediate Author: Catherine J. Watson

The original pattern is on Red Heart. More info on Ravelry. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry.

The Corner Start Afghan Free Crochet Pattern

This will make a perfect baby blanket but you can also increase the number of stitches to make a bedspread. The pattern has a great texture and would also work great for scarves.

Level: intermediate Author: Lauri Bolland

The original pattern is on Ravelry. Info about this version and the photos are on Ravelry.

Cuddly Soft Corner-to-Corner Baby Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

Here is another corner to corner wonder! This time we are admiring a crochet blanket designed by Jennifer Renaud from A Crocheted Simplicity. Thanks to the awesome technique, you can easily increase the lenght and widith of your blanket.

Level: upper beginner Author: Jennifer Renaud

The original pattern and the photos are on A Crocheted Simplicity. More info on Ravelry.

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